Becoming a naturalized citizen is a dream for many green card holders, as it provides a range of benefits. However, the process of naturalization can be complex and time-consuming, requiring legal expertise to navigate successfully. If you are considering applying for naturalization, our attorneys at Bazzi Law, PLC are here to help. We have a track record of obtaining positive results for our immigration and naturalization clients in southeast Michigan and will work with you to ensure that all of your naturalization concerns are effectively addressed. With our assistance, you can feel confident that your application is in good hands.
YOUR LEGAL PARTNER DURING THE NATURALIZATION PROCESS
GUIDING YOU THROUGH ALL STAGES OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS
At our law firm, we are committed to helping you navigate the complex immigration process efficiently and effectively. Our legal team is dedicated to providing comprehensive services at reasonable legal fees, including:
Determining whether you qualify for naturalization
Identifying government forms you need to complete and helping you complete them
Identifying other documents you are required to submit
Preparing you for interview questions and the citizenship exam
Our attorneys have a background in both criminal law and immigration and naturalization law, which allows us to provide comprehensive legal representation for clients facing a range of legal challenges. Whether you have been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony offense or have an arrest record, our team is equipped to overcome the legal hurdles you may face. Not all immigration attorneys have experience with crimmigration issues, but at our law firm, we do. We are here to use our knowledge and insight to develop a tailored plan that meets your specific needs and circumstances
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NATURALIZATION AND CITIZENSHIP?
Individuals born in the United States or born to U.S. citizens are automatically granted U.S. citizenship and receive a certificate to prove it. Those born outside the country to non-citizen parents must apply for citizenship through the naturalization process. Once an individual becomes a naturalized citizen, they are entitled to many of the same rights and legal protections as native-born citizens. These protections are important, even for legal permanent residents, as they ensure that you have access to the same privileges and rights as those who were born in the U.S.
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